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5 insider tips for exploring Stuttgart

Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub, the creative talents behind art and interior design studio Jehs + Laub, share their top five tips on exploring Stuttgart

Ximena Daneri
Ximena Daneri ,

Industrial designers Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub met at university where they studied product design. They started their own design company, Jehs + Laub, in 1994 and have collaborated with some of the most recognisable names in Germany, from Thonet to Mercedes-Benz. The range of Jehs + Laub’s work stretches from lounge chairs to modern art installations. The designers live in Stuttgart, which is also Jehs’ home town, and here they give their recommendations for exploring the city.

Merz & Benzing
‘If you are looking for something special for your home you will find everything from flowers to soaps in this beautiful shop’
Merz & Benzing, Dorotheenstrasse 4, 70173 Stuttgart, +49 (0)711 480410

‘At Magazin you will find very nice products for inside and outdoor use. Manufactum is in the same building, selling authentic and timeless items from yesteryear’
Magazin, Lautenschlagerstrasse 16, 70173 Stuttgart, +49 (0)711 228700

Der Zauberlehring
‘Der Zauberlehring is an art hotel. Every room is different, and very charming!’
Der Zauberlehring, Rosenstrasse 38, 70182 Stuttgart, +49 (0)711 237 7770

Bix Jazzclub
‘Around the corner from Der Zauberlehring hotel you can find Bix jazz club. All the big jazz stars have played here’
Bix Jazzclub, Gustav-Siegle-Haus, Leonhardsplatz 28, 70182 Stuttgart,+49 (0)711 2384 0997

‘This venue is a former petrol station, but today you get only drinks’
Superschanke, Jägerstrasse 19, 70174 Stuttgart, +49 (0)711 3896 713



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